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LINKTV
Jan 19, 2013 6:00am PST
years. if we don't find a solution, it's only going to get worse. i keep hearing the opinion that israel has too stay strong in a region that is changing rapidly. some put it in stronger terms than that. i've come to the he brew university of jerusalem to look at the platforms. one is bennett who shot to prominence during the campaign. he heads the jewish home party. he's drawn some voters away and polls show hoe could end up with a 1/3 end of the share vote. the momentum is a hard-liner when it comes to palestine. >> i believe time only one and our peter is the only party on this podium that opposes sounding a palestinian state between the mediterranean and jordan. bennett sees himself as representing the middle class. his far right position could put strain on netanyahu's foreign relationships. >> bennett annoys me this student tells me. lots of people are impressed with him he portrays himself as though he embodyies the original israel but when you look closer at his party's outline, it's not clear. whenever things get hard, there's a tendency to look to the right. it doesn't matter i
SFGTV2
Jan 18, 2013 5:00pm PST
in some years of service in telea eve and familiar with israel's politics you can get into san francisco's politics and i brought this and i know senator will say something as well and we want to congratulate you and all of our italian american community as we kickoff the year of italian culture in the united states and we look forward to joining hands with you to make it as successful as possible. >> thank you very much. [applause] >> all right. and please consider me one of "us". >> thank you very much. and bona tale. i asked senator leno how do you think they say happy chanukkah in italian? and he said mozel tough and i am glad to be here and i am proud to be an italian american and it's been an important part of my identity. i believe i have the soul in my heart. [applause] . so there you are. and i remember my grandfather saying when he came over on the boat he was told the streets of america were paved with gold and found out there were no streets and he had to do the paving, and i think the strongest part of our culture is "the family". we may have our dysfunctions but our
CSPAN
Jan 19, 2013 8:00am EST
muslims, the iranians don't like the muslims -- the iranians know that israel has nuclear weapons and we have nuclear-weapons and they feel they would like to be in charge of there and destiny or player at the table i think and i have written carefully in a book about iran and i wish you would read it carefully because i think it is a very complicated subject. also -- i know is complicated. the iranians are very good negotiators. they have been negotiating for 3,000 years and our people, i feel for them but i don't know who are the negotiators, if there've to that sort of negotiation. the iranians are. it is important to understand their culture and i do think in terms of hostages it was not fully understood, i don't want to go to great length but they were not understood. two things come out of this. we should not have to interfere in other countries. we as a country should lead by example. this country has been incredible what it has done to integrate raises and countries and languages and people and we should do leadership by that. and i think also that we should listen to what the ir
FOX News
Jan 19, 2013 7:00am PST
, there's he a privacy issue here, toby. >> there's a privacy issue a bone here and in israel going through tel aviv, it's run by the government, a semi private business though, and they have no hijackings, you get through in an instant. they use eye scans, retina scans and use technology to get people through and they're paid on that, and here they're getting paid to be slow and hey did you watch the show last night? >> and steve, steve, weigh in quickly. >> it's for your protection, like it's for your health going to the doctor's office they shouldn't privatize this and shouldn't get rid of the scanners. >> brenda: thanks, guys and thank you, steve for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> brenda: we appreciate it. with millions of americans suffering from the flu, the name that could stop it from spreading. >> does anybody else have something else i can probably use. anti-bacterial wipes perhaps? (announcer) at scottrade, our clients trade and invest exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move
Telemundo
Jan 18, 2013 6:30pm PST
. >>> israel bem cuevas dice saber lo que es vivir en las sombras como indocumentada su esposo fue detenido en esta redada en la fabrica en que trabajaba en el 2008. >>> ella acababa de dar a luz. >>> sentÍa que el mundo se venia encima y sentÍa que en esos momentos no sabÍa que es lo que iba a pasar conmigo. >>> hoy lÍderes presionan al gobierno para que actÚe ya y legalice a once millones de indocumentados. >>> porque ahora saben que detrÁs de esa de manda de nosotros, hay votos. >>> muchos lo y al ann im operativo morm. >>> extremos nos dice la biblia que una sociedad juzgada por la manera que trata a sus dÉbil. >>> isabel encuentra consuelo en que el lÍder del seno adodice ahora que serÍa inaceptable un plan de reformy gra toria, y un nueva cuenta muestra que 89% de votantes quiere incorporar a indocumentados al sistema y que pagen impuesto y 63% considera una prioridad legalizoarlos. >>> ya es tiempo de parar las deportaciÓngencia, necesitamos un camino hacia la ciudadana. >>> tambiÉn el sondeo muestra cuna mayorÍa abrumadora quiere mÁs seguridad en la frontera, impedir que
FOX News
Jan 19, 2013 1:00am PST
not been taught how to think. and many of us don't know right from wrong. that's the deal. kenneth, israel. te'o's phony girlfriend is another sad example how the media has been corrupted by lazy journalists. >> not the a bad point. from california, leave the kid alone, this is not news. sorry, when the nation's most famous football program is caught up in a huge scandal, that is news. >> trisha, diamond bar, california, bill, i would love to buy tickets for you to see you and miller, i don't know what the show is about. >> i don't know how to describe it we have the bolder fresher dvd, we sold out at christmas, however, the new show is different, but you get the flavor from the dvd. see you march 1st at the nokia. washington d.c., wesbury long island and tickets flying. sales on billoreilly.com. and loved killing kennedy, and killing lincoln and convinced my liberal college professors to watch the factor. and north carolina, i'm 23 and favorite movie of all time is casablanca, i adore bogart. good choice, one of my favorite flicks as well. the tip of the day, earlier today i appeared on t
CNN
Jan 18, 2013 4:00pm PST
the u.s. should do. israel used to say, we'll never negotiate with terrorists, until they did, and they got freedom in exchange for 1,027 prisoners. should the united states negotiate? there are algerians whose lives may hang on that decision. >> the first thing you learn when you're a new fbi agent is, don't negotiate with terrorists. there's a reason. it puts a price on the head of all the other individuals who are exposed across the region. i think it's good policy. it is a hard policy. it's tough. it's hard when you have family members there. and i would be very, very reluctant to give them anything that they want. for that very reason. you just make every other westerner across the may gren, northern africa, the price on their head just went up. part of the problem is the reason these folks have been successful is the way they make money is through ransoms. they do kidnappings and ransoms. as a matter of fact, at one time, they were the single largest contributor, al qaeda, through ransom payments. and so because people paid them, it became a cottage industry. and i think
CNN
Jan 18, 2013 8:00pm PST
. >> i'm curious what the u.s. should do. israel used to say we'll never negotiate with terrorists until they did and she got freedom for one man in exchange for 1,027 prisoners. should the united states negotiate now? there are americans in algeria whose lives may hang on that decision. >> that's the first thing you learn as a new fbi agent. it puts a price on the head of every other person in the region. it's tough when you have family members there. i would be very, very reluctant to give them anything they want for that very reason. you just make every other westerner across the maghreb, northern africa, their price on their head just went up. and part of the problem here is the reason these folks have been successful, erin is the way they make money is through ransoms. they do kidnappings and ransoms. as a matter of fact, at one time they were the single largest contributor, al qaeda in the ma gre greb, through ransom payments. it became a cottage industry. i think that's a dangerous precedent because that whole region is becoming more destabilized. lots of weapons that left libya w
FOX News
Jan 19, 2013 1:00pm PST
government in the last 15 years on tuesday in israel. when there was a special election in california a few years ago, 135 people applied because the parties were not involved in that special election. under our system, the electoral college means that whoever takes that oath of office, has carried half of the country and i believe that that is the major ingredient that is what has made our system so successful all of these years. as mentioned, you can change how they're distributed, nebraska and maine say according to whatever congressional district you're carrying. but the electoral college, in my mind, is the single most important part of our national election process. >> gregg: congressman sestak, when you go back and read the federalist papers, the framers talked about their deep concern there was a disadvantage to the smaller, especially the rural states because communications back then were so primitive and transportation was very, very difficult and they felt as though, wait a minute. the candidates can't get their message out. they can't go to some of these rural areas and so let's
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